The names of companies with discriminatory hiring practices should be disclosed, said Labour MP Patrick Tay.
Another 47 companies have been added to the Fair Consideration Framework’s watchlist, MOM announced on 5 August. It appears that they may have discriminatory hiring practices based on their workforce profiles.
Labour MP Patrick Tay praised the firm action taken against these companies in response to the statement.
In Patrick’s opinion, such malpractices still occur and more robust measures are needed.
The names of the errant companies should be published.
For a stronger Singaporean Core, he also calls for more robust measures, such as removing exemptions from Fair Consideration Framework.
He wants more stringent criteria to intra-corporate transfer applications and stiffer penalties on companies that “treat the FCF as mere window dressing or find ways to circumvent the requirements”.